Cristiano Ronaldo’s (38) new club is showing interest in signing the veteran Colombian national team. 

The British ‘Daily Mail’ quoted Spain’s ‘As’ on the 5th (Korean time), and Saudi Arabian club Al Nasr, who recruited Ronaldo, may sign Ronaldo’s former Juventus colleague Juan Cuadrado (35, Juventus) this time. told 

Al-Nasr is attracting global attention by recruiting world-renowned superstar Ronaldo for two and a half years at an annual salary of 200 million euros (approximately 270.3 billion won). Al-Nasr seems to be working hard to bring in more famous players while he was kicked out. 

Fullback Cuadrado, who has been playing for Juventus since 2017, lived with Ronaldo from 2018 to 2021. He has the advantage of being able to digest the right flank position as well as right-back as well as winger. As his contract expires at the end of this season, Al Nasr’s team can take aim. 

Ronaldo and Cuadrado also garnered attention by arguing in the locker room. At halftime when Juventus faced Porto in the second leg of the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League (UCL) in the 2020-2021 season, Ronaldo cursed at his teammates and shouted, “We have to work harder to run.” 토토사이트

Then, Cuadrado grabbed Ronaldo by the shoulder and said, “Don’t be anxious” and calmed him down by saying, “You should be an example to everyone.” However, Ronaldo could not calm down his excitement, saying, “Including me, we have to tell each other the truth. We are very bad at football. This is the Champions League.” This scene was revealed through the football documentary ‘All or Nothing’.

In the end, then-director Andrea Pirlo had to intervene. In the match, Juventus defeated Porto 3-2. However, Juventus, who lost in the first away match 1-2, had to suffer the loss of elimination in the round of 16 according to the away goals rule.